I have posted on this topic before and received some usfeul replies but now that I am a bit more certain about things for Sept one problem remains which I am not sure how to solve. Some background that may be relevant: - we are a large non-selective school in an authority with 11+ selection - we have a rapidly expanding sixth form along with which the Maths take up is increasing In recent years our A-Level offer has been C1,C2,S1 in Yr12 and C3,C4,M1 in Yr13 - and I like this combination. There is no flexibility to offer any choice of applications units. In September we will be running Further Maths for the first time. The FM pupils will be part of the main Maths group and then separately have FM lessons. I would like our Yr12 Maths to remain C1,C2,S1 and would ideally like to offer M1,D1,FP1 for Yr12 FM as I think this would maximise success at AS-Level. The problem then comes with what to offer for Yr13 FM as I would like our Maths offer to remain C3,C4,M1 in Yr13. So what is the best solution? Do I keep it all the same and accept that Yr13 FM will require 4 units with some private study time gained from Maths lesson when M1 is being taught? Do I change what we do for single A-Level pupils? Do I change what I have suggested above for Yr12 FM? I am really not sure of the best way to go.